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Archive - Jul 8, 2011

Keith D. Bickel

July 8, 2011

    Keith D. Bickel, 68, of rural Portland, died on Tuesday at home.
    He was born in Jay County to Marvin and Elsie Worth Bickel.
    He married Elaine Corwin Fields on October 16, 2004; she survives. His first wife, the former Joyce A. Lanning, whom he married on June 2, 1963, died on January 7, 1999.
    He was a farmer and also worked for Price Implement in Portland and Franklin Electric in Bluffton.

Mixers, Heaters to face off after semi-final wins

July 8, 2011

    The top two teams in the Adams-Wells Sandy Koufax League tournament continued on their way in action at Worthman Field Thursday night with undefeated Erie Haven blasting Courtesy Motors 13-3 and McIntire Heating and Air Conditioning fashioning a 7-3 triumph over Monroe Country Corner Deli.

July 17 official start for 4-H Fair

July 8, 2011

    The 2011 Adams County 4-H Fair will kick off on Sunday, July 17, with five days full of various events, including 4-H activities.
    Some pre-fair activities are scheduled this Sunday at the Monroe fairgrounds: the 4-H  dog show at 2 p.m. and the bicycle rodeo at 2:30 p.m. Next Saturday, livestock check-in and the Battle of the Barns will be held.
    Then the fair officially begins the next day, Sunday, July 17.

New look at AMH

July 8, 2011

    Work is continuing on the circular site of the fountain being installed in front of Adams Memorial Hospital to honor its retiring executive director, Marvin Baird.
    The curved driveway is also being widened to provide easier access to the hospital, which opened six years ago under Baird's stewardship. He retires this summer after 23 years at the helm.

Richie suffers serious injuries

July 8, 2011

    Adrian Richie, former principal at Bellmont High School and now the principal at Lowell High School in Lake County, was severely burned in an accident at home on Wednesday.
    Reports received here say Richie was removing brush from his yard to prepare for an open house that was to be held for one of his sons, Austin, one of the state's top basketball players as a senior last season at Lowell High School.
    Somehow, the brush pile fire spread to him and he suffered serious burns over 45 percent of his body.

 

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